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Listeners' Guide To Classical Music: An Introduction To The Great Classical Composers And Their Works

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A reference book arranged alphabetically and spanning four centuries of classical music.
Hardcover, 278 pages
Published December 1st 1986 by Longman Publishing Group (first published August 1st 1986)
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A good reference guide witht the most inportant composers of classic music in alphabetical order.
It has the most important works of every composer comented and with the best recordings and performings. Begins with the spanish Isaac Albeniz and ends with the austrian Hugo Wolf
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Kenneth McLeish was educated at Bradford Grammar School and at Worcester College, Oxford. He was a regular broadcaster on musical and literary topics, and his books include an important critical study, The Theatre of Aristophanes, translations of Sophocles and of Aristophanes, and many books for children.
His output included all 47 of the surviving classical Greek plays, most of Ibsen and Feydeau,
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